Lecture recording in higher education: risky business or evolving open practice

Short paper given at the Association of Learning Technology annual conference.

Jane Secker, LSE and Chris Morrison, University of Kent presented interim findings from a lecture recording survey which investigated copyright and IP policies at higher education institutions at the ALT-C conference in September 2016.

Thirty three institutions from a good range of Russell Group, post-92 and other universities responded to the survey and findings reveal that semi-automated lecture recording systems are becoming mainstream in UK HEIs. The use of such systems, however, raises a number of issues related to copyright and IPR that need to be addressed. The lecture presented at ALT-C provided some good practice advice for institutions and recommendations for further research. The lecture recording is now available as a CREATe Working Paper.

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